is celebrating a big milestone with season 15 episode 20, "Sight Unseen": 350 episodes. The team searches for a petty officer suspected of assault who escapes when the sheriff transporting him crashes into a lake. Torres works closely with a key witness who's blind, Annie Barth (guest star Marilee Talkington), who heard vital evidence.
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Watch the promo for "Sight Unseen":
Bishop gets a lesson in what's a date in this clip:
McGee's twins are going through so many clothes that Palmer offering Victoria's hand-me-downs are a big help -- except for, perhaps, the one that she threw up on and refused to take off. Palmer can keep that one.
When Bishop joins them, she tells Torres that Thomas, her high school archenemy, says hello. He and Torres really hit it off ... or did they? Torres expects to hang out with him when he's in town soon, but Bishop reveals that he's actually in D.C. now, they went out last night and he's leaving today.
But they just went out as friends, Bishop insists, even though they had dinner along with drinks and he paid. It sounds like a date to everyone, including Gibbs. Pauley Perrette Shares Photos After Shooting Her Final NCIS Scene and Reveals When Abby's Exit Will Air>>>
See Torres fumble while talking to an eyewitness:
Annie tried to swim out to help, but her brother held her back, she tells Torres. She heard a fisherman shout and ask if the sheriff was all right, but no, she can't describe the man they haven't been able to track down because she's blind.
And so begins Torres fumbling through his conversation with Annie. Why did she try to jump in the lake then? She was trying to save someone's life and blind people can swim (and feed themselves), she tells him.
Palmer just takes one look into the car after it's pulled from the lake and knows his work is done. There isn't a body inside.
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